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    Brea Willette, 23, with the new framework of a replacement greenhouse the family is building Monday after losing their current greenhouse, in the background, during the recent nor'easter. The building materials for the replacement greenhouse were provided by Zac York, a friend of the Willettes.

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    Brea Willette, 23, with greenhouse building materials that Zac York provided Monday after the Willettes lost their greenhouse in the recent nor'easter in Vassalboro. The nor'easter that delivered rain, wind and heavy snow Saturday night brought down a tree branch that destroyed the family's 10 foot by 60 foot greenhouse.

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    Homesteader Brea Willette, 23, looks over the family's 10 foot by 60 foot greenhouse Monday. The greenhouse was destroyed after a tree branch fell on the structure during the nor'easter Saturday. The Willettes used the greenhouse to grow food for the hogs they raise at Wicked Quail and Pork located at their home in Vassalboro.

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    Brea Willette, 23, with the hogs she raises with her family as part of their Wicked Quail and Pork business Monday at their home in Vassalboro. The family is raising a hog they will butcher and trade for greenhouse materials their friend Zac York provided them after their greenhouse was destroyed in the recent nor'easter.

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    Heavy snow blankets a 10 foot by 60 foot greenhouse Monday after a tree limb fell on the structure Saturday at the Willette home in Vassalboro. The portion shown standing covers the furnace that heated the greenhouse.

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